from The Century Dictionary.

  • In anatomy, pertaining to the humerus and to the cubit or ulna, as a muscle which arises from one and is inserted into the other of these bones.
  • In ichthyology, relating to the confluent so-called humerus, ulna, and radius exemplified in siluroid fishes; of or belonging to the coracoid or paraglenal.


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